Metallica T-Shirt - And Justice For All

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If anyone knows about justice, it’s Metallica. In the year 2000 Metallica sued the popular file sharing program Napster for illegally sharing their music on the internet. After roughly a year in the court rooms the judge ruled in favour of Metallica and ordered Napster’s CEO to remove all Metallica material from the program, along with a number of other artists. But that’s not what the Metallica And Justice For All T-Shirt is all about, considering the And Justice For All album came out twelve years before the Napster kerfuffle. Taking the title from the American Pledge of Allegiance and a cover conceptualized by James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich, designed by artist Stephen Gorman, the Metallica And Justice For All T-shirt features a representation of Lady Justice being torn down by ropes in front of a battered and weathered wall, with the phrase “And Justice For All” spray painted in the lower right hand corner. We think the Metallica And Justice For All T-shirt is one of the best they’ve ever put out, but we guess it’s all in the Eye of the Beholder…

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